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Old 02-19-2012, 12:09 AM   #401
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sweet, thanks Rowdy...

 
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Old 02-19-2012, 01:28 AM   #402
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Long time reader, first time writer. I started a 5 gallon strawberry/ grape batch right at a week ago. I was doing some reading on aerating the batch while in primary and then once in secondary restarting the yeast. For one, I was waiting on some supplies to show up in the mail. Now that its in secondary and I added a little bit of energizer and nutrient and half cup of sugar, the yeast is taking off like I've never seen before. Should I rack it again after it settles down or should I just leave it in secondary and clarify?

 
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Old 02-19-2012, 02:59 PM   #403
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Long time reader, first time writer. I started a 5 gallon strawberry/ grape batch right at a week ago. I was doing some reading on aerating the batch while in primary and then once in secondary restarting the yeast. For one, I was waiting on some supplies to show up in the mail. Now that its in secondary and I added a little bit of energizer and nutrient and half cup of sugar, the yeast is taking off like I've never seen before. Should I rack it again after it settles down or should I just leave it in secondary and clarify?
Rack once again when it settles down. I never aerate or add anything to secondary- as the point is to let it finish and clear, not restart fermentation. Once it clears up a bit, and settles down, and you have noticeable lees, it needs to be racked off of the lees.
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Old 02-22-2012, 12:05 AM   #404
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This stuff is yummy and will probably only get better. I started a batch at the beginning of Jan. 2012. When my friends and I tried it a few weeks ago, it had a very strong alcohol taste. A few weeks later it mellowed nicely! It has been a hit with friends. I can't wait for another month or so to see how it tastes. It's nothing fancy, but it's still nice

I started another batch of Welch's White Grape yesterday! Can't wait

 
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Old 02-24-2012, 07:26 PM   #405
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I'm curious if anyone has a picture of this once it's cleared? Mine's been in secondary for a week or so and it's still really opaque, even though I added pectic enzyme in the beginning (only let it sit for about 8 hours before pitching yeast, I was impatient... hope this won't reduce the likelihood of clearing)

 
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Old 02-24-2012, 09:01 PM   #406
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Mine's been in secondary for a week or so and it's still really opaque, even though I added pectic enzyme in the beginning (only let it sit for about 8 hours before pitching yeast, I was impatient... hope this won't reduce the likelihood of clearing)
It seems from your posts that you only started it 2 weeks ago, right? Impatient is right, ha
The OP has it 5+ weeks to finish.

 
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Old 02-24-2012, 09:31 PM   #407
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i usually pitch the yeast right away, it takes alittle longer to get going but takes off none the less. i agree with midfielder tho, if it's only been a couple weeks i'd wait for it to clear or cold crash it or superclear it
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Old 02-25-2012, 02:20 AM   #408
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ok so, here are the ingredients in my frozen welch's concentrates, please let me know if these ones will still work, thanks.

purple grape:
glucose-fructose
grape juice
water
sugar
concentrated grape juice
citric acid
natural flavour
ascorbic acid
vitamin C
colour


white grape:
glucose-fructose
white grape juice
sugar
water
concentrated white grape juice
citric acid
sodium citrate
ascorbic acid
vitamin C
*CONTAINS SULFITING AGENTS* this is in bold

hopefully these will still work, as they are the ONLY grape juices I can find in and around my area in southern Ontario

thanks for any help everyone.

 
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Old 02-25-2012, 07:33 AM   #409
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Your purple will be fine as is your white should be good just give it a day or two before pitching yeast. I remember reading on another winemakingtalk site that a member has made many with sulfites and sorbates and they just took a bit longer to take off. Ymmv
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Old 02-25-2012, 12:58 PM   #410
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hey hey Rowdy to my rescue again.... thanks soo much my friend...going to start em up tonight...I'll just do 1 gallon batches of each one, just to make sure they turn out first...thanks again.

 
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